On 5 June, 2014, Hogan Lovells’ Paris office hosted a seminar on the Internet of Things, focusing on product liability, privacy, IP interoperability issues. The seminar featured presentations relating to the French post office’s plans to act as a central hub to facilitate “connected home” technologies.
Everyday products are now able to receive and store information regarding the product itself … Continue Reading
The rise of patent litigation by non-practicing entities (“NPEs”), colloquially known as “patent trolls,” has resulted in a “chess game”: companies that rely on patents must employ an interdisciplinary defensive strategy involving litigation, regulatory and legislative fronts, according to Ray Kurz, partner in Hogan Lovells’s Washington, D.C. office, who spoke at the firm’s annual Winnik forum. As Hogan Lovells partner … Continue Reading